Marco's Power Socket

A project log for Arduino Smarthome and IoT Networking Framework

Build a p2p net of Arduino based devices using Ethernet, Wireless and USART. Control over Android and openHAB. Like ZWave, but opensource.

plinioplinio 01/18/2015 at 09:582 Comments

One of the best features of Souliss is the flexibility, so that you can distribute your nodes over the home. Marco has build a set of Power Socket, an all-in-one device that plugs directly into a power socket and give control over Souliss. Similar to WeMo, but cheaper.

The LED gives indication on the status and on the left side there is the input plug.

Inside and Arduino, an nRF24L01+ radio with a small 220 VAC/ 5VDC power supply and a relay with a small circuit to drive it.

The PCB is handmade and straightforward, the input 220 VAC supplies the PSU module and then goes through the relay to give power at the output socket, so that you can control this socket and power on and off anything (have care for the maximum current of the relay) attached to.


plinio wrote 07/12/2015 at 11:08 point

All source are here

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rajsekar.saravanan wrote 07/12/2015 at 00:45 point

Can you share the eagle file.

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